Maersk Drilling wins two-month deal extension with TotalEnergies

The extension enters force in November, with the option to prolong by another two months still applicable in the contract.

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TotalEnergies has exercised an extension option in its contract with Maersk Drilling’s jack-up rig Maersk Interceptor, now deployed by the French supermajor in the Danish North Sea.

The deal is thus extended with another two months.

The agreement will enter force in November, and the option to prolong by another two month remains applicable in the contract, Maersk Drilling informs in a statement.

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